Tuesday, April 27, 2004

DAVID NISHIMURA has harsh words for The Da Vinci Code. Well deserved too. He says that historians
"by now are heartily sick and tired of fiction writers laying claim to historical accuracy based on extensive research -- a telling inversion of the historian's standard disclaimer that the writer is responsibly for any errors, which clearly acknowledges that errors there inevitably will be."
Too true. Read the whole post.

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